Locks – What parts have to be oiled




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How to lubricate entry doors and what to use : Locks What Parts Have To Be Oiled

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In general, many modern locking-mechanisms rarely need to be oiled. But if the door lock does need some maintenance, you should use only special compounds, since badly-chosen products can eventually make the mechanism inoperable. In any case, everything that is required for maintaining a lock should be noted in the instructions.

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